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These are the causes of allergies in dogs and cats. Learn about them so you can help keep your pet healthy and happy.
Cats and dogs can experience allergies in response to environmental factors, fleas, and food. Here are the symptoms for each.
Allergies are tough to deal with for both humans and animals. Luckily, there are treatments options than can help your pet cope when suffering from allergies. Learn what they are here.
Allergies can be tough on your dog, and even tougher for you to identify. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, and treatment options here.
Flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) is a skin condition that can affect any dog unfortunate enough to get fleas. Learn the facts here so you can protect your dog from this uncomfortable ailment.
Pruritus is not a medical condition that causes your pet to itch -- it's the symptom of another medical issue plaguing your pet. Learn how to recognize the many different causes of pruritus to make sure you can help your pet.
It’s a frustrating conundrum to want only love and companionship from a cat and to get instead watery eyes, a scratchy throat, and a series of sneezes. Find out about hypoallergenic cats!
It's hard to resist that little cat in the window isn't it? Even if you have cat allergies. Although cat allergies are more common than dog allergies, it is still quite possible to get them under control.
Rottweilers have specific dietary needs based on the diseases to which they are prone. Learn how to feed your Rottweiler right.
While food allergies are incredibly frustrating to diagnose at onset, treating them after diagnosis is very manageable. Learn how to ease the strain on your pet here.
Food allergies can be common in dogs and cats and will have to be addressed with a few dietary changes. Learn more about the most common food allergies out there and how you can limit your pet's exposure to them.
Flea saliva is the true culprit of flea allergy dermatitis. While all dogs will have a reaction to flea bites, allergic dogs react to flea saliva, too. Learn more to protect your dog here.
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